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. >> not a gun problem? >> no, if you look at gun laws i don't think even president obama is proposing more gun laws. we have good strong gun laws. >> not about gun laws. >> we have to enforce the laws. we have a lot of laws not properly enforced. we have to make sure we enforce the laws. best way to prevent violent crime in inner cities, bring opportunity to the inner cities. bring people out of poverty in the inner cities. teach people, good discipline. that is civil society, charities and civic groups and churches do to help one another make them realize they have value in one another. martha: that is when thing started to take a bit of a turn. gong man ryan ended interview rather abruptly. after this exchange. follow the reporter pushes him on tax cuts. you can do all by cutting taxes with a big tax cut? >> ryan respond, those are your words, not mine. off-camara ryan's press secretary was heard, thank you very much, sir. that's when paul ryan begins removing his mic and leaving, adding quote, that was trying to strange you're stuffing words in people's minds. >> i don't know if it is stran
in the area. police are not saying who found the body but interest has been a massive law enforcement search of 1000 people when she went missing on friday. jessica was seen by her mother leaving for school about a mile away. she never made it to school or nearby park where she normally meets up with friends and walks the rest of the way to school. this is a very beautiful, vivacious, beautiful little girl, outgoing. there has been a massive search for her ever since she went missing on friday. alisyn? alisyn: dan, maybe you can confirm, police are saying that the parents are not suspects. are there any leads? >> reporter: that's right. we can confirm that and the police had a news conference yesterday in the afternoon several hours before the body was discovered and they cleared the parents essentially. they said they are not suspects and that they are believing that this was an abduction. now far as leads, we can say jessica's backpack was found and a water bottle found in a neighborhood on a sidewalk six miles away from her house. the cops are also looking at possible link to an abduction
they don't get together for thanksgiving. pressures mounting on eric holder to speak out on laws wanting to loosen marijuana laws. they are set to decide whether or not to decriminalize pot possess. holder criticized california's laws two years ago. dan springer is on this. how close are the two states to passing legalization, dan in. >> i tell you, bill, right now legalization is leading in the polls in two of those states, in washington in colorado, it's trailing in oregon. the folks who are trying to keep marijuana illegal are getting badly out spent especially here in washington state where it's $6,000 to $4 million. most of the politicians inee seattle are for it. even the childrens alliance endorsed legalization saying drug laws are enforced unevenly and are hurting the minorities and poor. >> if those kids parents are shutout of housing and employment and ed indication alopportunities for not helping those kids. >> critics say just the opposite, that if more kids are exposed to marijuana, usage among kids will go up, bill. bill: has the obama administration taken a position on thi
background. >> that's exactly right. jaime as you know by law a majority of them cannot have practiced medicine or not have served patients. this is just astounding, as opposed to the positive solution that we put forward which is to make it so that those in and nyiri taoeurplt don't see any changes to at current medicare program, have expand epd choices and those under the age of 55 have a greater opportunity for choices and a more responsive healthcare program and we can still do that as congressman ryan said last night white house harming our current seniors. we believe we can grandfather the grandfathers, so there are positive solutions. jamie: one of whom, congressman forgive me for interrupting is paul ryan's mom who says benefits from the program, his grandmother also and he would never eliminate the program. but the $716 billion number joe biden says that's actually what we'll be saving. ama and aarp endorsed their plan. do you think that will be con futuressing to seniors? who really has it right? >> it is confusing, you're shr-rt lee right. but the a arblgs rp after last week
the univsity says it is in compliance with the current law as it stands under the supreme court rulings that are now in place, that are good ey ticheut echaetsat, alheanke s they have a student body that is diverse, or reflects exactly what is going on in texas, the makeup of the demographic there. supporte with the chief council of constitutional acuntalityce hahevey inalyig qualified pool of students and then when deciding which students to admit they're looking bond test scores to many of the things that you mentioned but also, as one ofhose factors, just one, tng icco >> rtehe a do oivti all across the united states who have joined here with the universityf texas to support that position, martha. martha: so what's the argument against that, shannon. >> reporter: it is interesting note before e unersi ofex it pynes idg , t ngs tyh king top 10% academically of all high school graduates within the state of texas. that brought them a pretty good mix. but they said we want to take it a step further. once the supreme court ve ceo milddeenight in se ailhe, white female said that worked t
it is in compliance with the current law as it stands under the supreme court rulings that are now in place, that are good precedent. they say the policy they put together respects that, reflects that. also they want to make sure they have a student body that is diverse, or reflects exactly what is going on in texas, the makeup of the demographic there. supporters with the chief council of constitutional accountability center explained it this way. >> what the university of texas is doing here is looking already highly qualified pool of students and then when deciding which students to admit they're looking beyond test scores to many of the things that you mentioned but also, as one of those factors, just one, taking race and ethnicity into account. >> reporter: there are dozens of universities all across the united states who have joined here with the university of texas to support that position, martha. martha: so what's the argument against that, shannon. >> reporter: it is interesting to note before the university of texas instituted a policy includes considering race, what they were do
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